The Salvation Army welcomes new member
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The Salvation Army of Cleveland welcomed Bonnie Fontana as the newest member to the Cleveland Advisory Council.  Fontana will serve alongside her husband, Norm Fontana, who has been on the council for one year. She brings experience, support and wisdom to the existing council which has now grown to 22 dedicated members. The Salvation Army's motivation is spiritual, and its goal is to minister to the whole person — body and spirit. The Salvation Army finds these two components inseparable in its ministry. From left are Sgt. Ruthie Forgey, Bonnie Fontana, Norm Fontana and Maj. Al Newsome.
The Salvation Army of Cleveland welcomed Bonnie Fontana as the newest member to the Cleveland Advisory Council. Fontana will serve alongside her husband, Norm Fontana, who has been on the council for one year. She brings experience, support and wisdom to the existing council which has now grown to 22 dedicated members. The Salvation Army's motivation is spiritual, and its goal is to minister to the whole person — body and spirit. The Salvation Army finds these two components inseparable in its ministry. From left are Sgt. Ruthie Forgey, Bonnie Fontana, Norm Fontana and Maj. Al Newsome.
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The Salvation Army of Cleveland welcomed Bonnie Fontana as the newest member to the Cleveland Advisory Council. Fontana will serve alongside her husband, Norm Fontana, who has been on the council for one year. She brings experience, support and wisdom to the existing council which has now grown to 22 dedicated members. The Salvation Army's motivation is spiritual, and its goal is to minister to the whole person — body and spirit. The Salvation Army finds these two components inseparable in its ministry. From left are Sgt. Ruthie Forgey, Bonnie Fontana, Norm Fontana and Maj. Al Newsome.